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His movables consisted of a bag, a jug, and a staff; and wherever he went he always carried his furniture along with him.
We were busier than usual that night, reckoning stores, tidying lockers, and securing movables.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
Some redistributions of furniture were involved in the importation of the movables from the two rooms in Ball Street.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
If you look around you in the world you will see very few movables coeval with it.
THE BOOK-HUNTERJOHN HILL BURTON
With the present he sent 209 the message that she could have the movables if she paid the debts.
The pledging of movables is nowadays quite obsolete, although it might on occasion be revived.
The feudal ownership of land did bring dignity, whereas the modern ownership of movables is reducing us again to a nomadic horde.
HOWARDS ENDE. M. FORSTER
The furniture is very particular for Indian cabinets, porcelain, and other solid and noble movables.
His goods, movables, and fixtures are to be pledged as security for the due performance of the contract.
PINTORICCHIOEVELYN MARCH PHILLIPPS
He laid and lit a fire, put on a tin boiler of water for heating; and then carried all the movables into the night.
MOUNTAIN BLOODJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER

WORDS RELATED TO MOVABLES

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